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Some thoughts on early learning and on the numbers excuse for setting up universal daycare, by Mark-Alan Whittle,
streetadvisorincorporated.blogspot.com
29-Oct-05
The increased incidence we see in the regular schools of serious misbehavior problems, desperate attention seeking, and bullying is directly related to the lack of one-on-one loving attention children are getting in (daycares).  They are crying for help, by these antics.  And yet some misguidedly said the child would do well in such group settings and be 'socialized'.  In is a negative socialization...
Category = Behavior
Some thoughts on early learning and on the numbers excuse for setting up universal daycare, by Mark-Alan Whittle,
streetadvisorincorporated.blogspot.com
29-Oct-05
We know that learning happens in many locations not just with our hallowed halls and we urge parents to partner with us ...
...We know that 'education' is a very broad thing and we do not claim we own it.
The same however is not realized by daycare lobbyists who seem to say that only in their little buildings do children learn at all.  This highly deceptive claim is however a pressure to mislead the public into thinking if you don't buy into their one style of child-care, you are against any learning of the very young.
Category = Politics
Some thoughts on early learning and on the numbers excuse for setting up universal daycare, by Mark-Alan Whittle,
streetadvisorincorporated.blogspot.com
29-Oct-05
Daycare workers have a fast turnover because even the daycare worker does not like to stay in the environment.  How can we imagine kids like it?
Category = Quality
Some thoughts on early learning and on the numbers excuse for setting up universal daycare, by Mark-Alan Whittle,
streetadvisorincorporated.blogspot.com
29-Oct-05
We are deluding ourselves if we think that daycare workers are an improvement on parents.  They are substitutes for parents.  And if we value the substitute and we should, we should at least value the original- the parent, as much.  The daycare legislation funds only the substitute, which is simply illogical...
Category = Politics
Some thoughts on early learning and on the numbers excuse for setting up universal daycare, by Mark-Alan Whittle,
streetadvisorincorporated.blogspot.com
29-Oct-05
The irony then of the 'early learning' claim is that (Daycare) is not optimal learning, and the main focus is not really the best level of education of the child at all...
...The focus is obviously to give children somewhere to be that has some toys in it, while the parent is doing what the state really values, earning and paying tax.
Category = Politics
New report examines effects nationwide of preschool on kids' development by Kathleen Maclay,
berkeley.edu, 01-Nov-05


 
On average, the report ("The Influence of Preschool Centers on Children's Development Nationwide: How Much Is Too Much?" by researchers based at the University of California, Berkeley, and Stanford University) finds that the earlier a child enters a preschool center, the slower his or her pace of social development...
"Our results for the intensity of attending a center program - measured in hours per week and months per year - are worrisome...", the report says.
Category = Development
New report examines effects nationwide of preschool on kids' development by Kathleen Maclay,
berkeley.edu, 01-Nov-05
"So, the report's a bit sobering for (politicians)... who are getting behind universal preschool," UC Berkeley sociologist and co-author Bruce Fuller said
A report issued last week by the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) found...that the negative effect of long hours in child care (not limited to preschool) is slowing children's social development well into third grade.
Category = Behavior, Development

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